Category: Electricity

My Random Reflections @ 44

The most amazing thing for me is the story of our present day heroes-the people who keep Nigeria running. These heroes are owners of surviving small and big businesses that run on generators and power plants for 24 hours a day. My Random Reflections… Continue Reading “My Random Reflections @ 44”

Reflections

When l was 8 years old, my class teacher Mrs. Nwaoha taught me the importance of merit in attaining positions whilst handing me my first experience of taking responsibilities outside my home. Her approach continues to influence my thinking to this day. Reflections By… Continue Reading “Reflections”

Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1)

I am missing proper discussions and debates on the economy, unemployment, insecurity, migration, social injustice, inequality, education, health, population growth, science, technology and a holistic approach to reducing intellectual and material poverty in Nigeria. Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1) By Adeola Aderounmu The… Continue Reading “Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1)”

Why 113 million Nigerians Are Poor

Do you know that about 1% of Nigerians control more than 80% of the country’s wealth? In 2015, Nigeria is listed among the world’s fastest growing economy whereas more than 90% of the population considered themselves to be poor already in 2010 and the… Continue Reading “Why 113 million Nigerians Are Poor”

Simple Things

The simplest things in life have become the most difficult to achieve or recover in Nigeria. In a society where self is the most pursued ambition, the concern for others become secondary or non-existent. Simple Things By Adeola Aderounmu The invention of the battery and… Continue Reading “Simple Things”

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